Liam in a food kitchen

If there was one reason I was standing for mayor it was to make homelessness history and deliver a right to  food. Having lost we need to think again about how we deliver that.

Picture of Liam at Mayoral Election Count 2021

I stood to be Mayor to make homelessness history and to render foodbanks something of the past; to lead green Britain and bring back industry. We won convincingly in 2 of our great cities – Birmingham and Coventry and in the Borough of Sandwell. But that was not enough to win the Mayoral election. To the winner, Andy Street, I offer my support and congratulations.

As the vaccine rollout continues across Birmingham we can start to see some light at the end of the tunnel after what has been a truly difficult year for all of us.We all know someone whose health or employment has been affected by the events of the past 12 months, and as we look to the end of the covid restrictions I'm determined to see the government provide Birmingham with the support it needs to rebuild its healthcare and employment capacity.While the numbers of covid patients is decreasi

Important information about new High Speed (HS2) bridges at Saltley viaduct and the Aston Church Road 

I need your help putting forward views about two new bridges being built for HS2 at Saltley Viaduct and the Aston Church Road, as they will cut road links for a year, beginning in mid-2022.  

Residents have contacted me about speeding traffic on Ward End Park Road

So I'm asking for your help. Please fill in the survey below to let me know how big you think the problem has now become?

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